1851-1856 issue one cent stamps to highlight Natalee Grace Collection



2015-06-26 12:51:14

1851-1856 issue one cent stamps to highlight Natalee Grace Collection

Part one of the Natalee Grace sale will be highlighted by stamps from the 1851-1856 issue on June 7

The first part of the Natalee Grace Collection of the United Stamps will be highlighted by a selection of one cent stamps from the coveted 1851-1856 issue.

One cent stamp from the 1851-1856 issue 1851-1856 one cent stamp

The Natalee Grace Collection is renowned as one of the finest extant collections of used stamps of the United States. The first part of this landmark sale will span US postal history from 1847-1875 on June 7 in New York. The top lot from the 1851-1856 section will be an extremely fine one cent stamp, which is considered the finest off-cover single of its kind in existence. One of only a few sound examples, the stamp benefits from its position at 7R1E;the only one of 1,000 positions used to print the one cent stamp that shows the complete design. The importance placed on the outer design by philatelists has seen the worth of those that have been carefully cut apart significantly increased. The value is further accelerated by a Richmond, VA circular date stamp, which manages to leave all elements of the fantastic design clearly visible. This lot provides a magnificent example of one of the rarest imperforate US stamps, and an unrivalled addition to any discerning collection at $200,000-300,000. The section will feature 12 other excellent examples of the 1851-1856 one cent stamp of varying quality and pre-sale estimates. You can find more news from this important sale here. Paul Fraser Collectibles will be bringing you more from the auction in the near future, so be sure to check back regularly. PFC Auctions is currently accepting bids on a superb collection of British stamps. The 1910 2d Tyrian Plum is one of only 12 known examples, three of which are held in Queen Elizabeth II's personal collection.

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